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Subject: brent last shoreline run
the night before was better but this sounds great and you should have a blast listening to it for this i give it a five
Subject: Blown wad during Stella Blue
Umm. I sort of agree with the up and down of this show esp. at the beginning of the second set but for me it's after drums where it clicks and the Stella Blue with Jerry reaching all time ecstatic heights during the final solo that left my spine shivering. Still on my top 3 favorite versions of this tune and for that this show is hard to rate.
I'd give it a 5 star just for that and have done so before but I feel it may be biased because of this song so I'll leave others to judge it.
Great recording also, needless to say with the CM stamp.
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Subject: I agree with glazedom
Mmm, I don't know guys. Consensus was this whole Shoreline run was all guns blazing. Sure, the Sat. night show was epic.. but they came right back out Sunday with the Big Bakedown opener! Woo-Hoo.
The first set from this Sunday show was certainly more entertaining then Sat.'s first set.
I was lucky enough to attend the entire 3-day run, and respectfully disagree that this one was "up and down at best".
At best, this is an epic 1990 show with a rare, well performed 25 minute Playing In The Band > Eyes of The World. Huge Birdsong. Classic Iko with Brent singing. And an encore with The Weight, a song Deadheads personally requested.
You'll have to be more specific, or point out, the parts of this show that are "down" and "off".. because I can't hear them.
And yes, the sound and energy from this big Sunday Shoreline show was just crackling with energy! This C.M. post really allows us to hear how fired up they were.
What an epic run. And the Friday night show was my favorite of all three. But that's a whole 'nother story. Cheers!
Subject: The Dark of the Moon, Besides....
I think the common consensus is that the band "blew their wad" (sorry) the night before, and there IS some truth to this...
It's an "up and down show" at best, but still well worth getting, especially with yet another brilliant mix form Charlie Miller....
Subject: Not every Picasso
Is a masterpiece, I guess.
They did a decent job of most songs, started off pretty strong, I thought the leads during Rooster were hot, nice midi from Jerry during Space and Lovelight, but I can't say the band was ON; I'd say they were slightly off, road-weary.
Another great sounding board, though.
Subject: good times
unforgetable show. midland and his little girl were the sweetest thing ive ever seen on stage. eyes was electric. some memories give you the warm fuzzies, this is a toasty ticklish one. except for the part when dollar bill led the mounties to clear shakedown street. i told him, " you shouldn't have charged people 5 bucks to park without checking for tickets." that one went right over him. we had a sit-in and locked arms. the mounted police kicked their horses up on top of us but, horses don't particularly like to step on folks if they can help it and, we won that little mexican standoff with old dollar bill and his mounted blues..... i miss all of you,dearly. we're still everywhere... hey now
Another fine '90 show. Nice remaster by Charlie too.